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New Cameron Diaz film, The Box; the National Short Story Award.
BBC Radio 4
Robert Englund on life as Freddy Krueger; a review of the new TV sitcom, Big Top.
BBC Radio 4 FM
Four of the women playing the Queen in a new TV series discuss the role with John Wilson.
John Wilson debates arts policy with Ben Bradshaw and his opposition counterparts.
James Earl Jones on Tennessee Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and playing Darth Vadar.
Arts news and reviews with Mark Lawson, including an interview with writer Dave Eggers.
Richard Linklater on his new film and Christopher Frayling reviews School of Saatchi.
Ian Rankin on writing a graphic novel; Irish rock band Ash's A to Z of touring.
Bill Bailey on orchestras, Fay Weldon on Nabokov and the latest Coen brothers film.
Mark Lawson interviews writer Alan Bennett.
Singer Rosanne Cash, 3D TV, and AN Wilson reviews new film Glorious 39.
Mira Nair on Amelia, her film about Amelia Earhart; a review of TV drama about Enid Blyton
A review of the apocalyptic film 2012, and Norah Jones on her new CD, The Fall.
Mark Lawson on the new Nottingham Contemporary arts venue and director Steven Soderbergh.
A review of new film The White Ribbon, and a report on illegal file sharing.
Including Paul Gambaccini's review of Taking Woodstock, the new film from director Ang Lee
Paul Auster on his latest book and the story of cartoon soundtrack creator Raymond Scott.
Ben Elton on his book Meltdown; letters of TS Eliot and Benjamin Britten journals.
Bob Hoskins on taking on Dickens, and Sir Keith Park finally gets his plinth.
Arts news and reviews with Kirsty Lang.
LA Confidential writer James Ellroy and Clooney's latest, The Men Who Stare at Goats.